Pathways to breast cancer: a case study for innovation in chemical safety evaluation

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Megan Schwarzman
Sarah Janssen
Regents of the University of California
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A report of the Breast Cancer and Chemicals Policy Project, arising because proposed legislation in the US calls for disclosure of information about the toxicity of industrial chemicals. Investigates how such efforts could help identify chemicals that may raise the risk of breast cancer. Includes a testing scheme, called the Hazard Identification Approach, that provides a methodology for identifying substances that could elevate breast cancer risk.

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Includes bibliographical references.